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Student Spotlight: Morgan McCrory

Tara Korch, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2015

Many CB South students can agree that that the transition from middle school to high school can be challenging. The much bigger building, block scheduling, and older students have the ability to come off as overwhelming. When placed in a new environment, people usually need time to adapt. Sophomore...

Tom Brady: The Golden Boy

Tom Brady, the quarterback for the New England Patriots
Photo from Guy Harbert via Flickr under Creative Commons license

Samantha Towle, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2015

He wasn’t a first round draft pick; in fact, he wasn’t even a second round draft pick. It wasn’t until the sixth round that he was drafted by the Patriots, but little did Belichick and the rest of the Patriots' coaching staff know at the time, six-foot-four and 225 pound Tom Brady would become...

Stars (and Stripes) for American Sniper

Bradley Cooper plays the main character in American Sniper
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Connor Matsinger, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2015

American Sniper is a film based on the life of the Navy SEALS top sniper Chris Kyle. The movie is packed with action and drama and runs for a length of 2 hours and 14 minutes. The movie is rated R due to the extensive amount of disturbing war violence and use of language. Clint Eastwood directed the movi...

Functional Fashion: All A”boot” Boots

Just some of the many styles of Hunter boots
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Julia Dank, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2015

Being that we have officially entered spring's rainy season, there’s one thing we all do not want: cold, wet feet. Therefore, it is important to have shoes that protect our toes from Mother Nature’s wrath. Years ago, snow boots tended to be the kind that made your feet look like inflated marshmallows...

The United States’ Response to North Korea’s Cyber-Attack

Bethany Simon, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2015

With the recent response from North Korea regarding its cyber-attack on Sony over the controversial movie The Interview, the United States’ plan of action is to place a new sanction cutting off all international financial ties between the world and the already suffering country. The economic sanction...

The Price of Success

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Madi Meinel, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2015

The recent events of President Obama’s Higher Education Bill, an opportunity to make college more accessible and affordable for all American families, has raised the discussion as to whether higher education is actually attainable. The education bill has been broken down into four parts: helping...

Staying Healthy for Gym Haters

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Ronja Grosche, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2015

I’m a lazy person. Sometimes I have a good phase where I don’t eat too much and go to the gym, but this is once every few months and doesn't last long. So luckily for me, there are other options to keep myself healthy. Sleep Sleep is really important for your health. It makes your immu...

Fighting for Women

Erin Chioffe, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2015

Since 1948, women in America have been fighting for our country, thanks to the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act that granted permanent status to women and entitled them to veteran’s benefits. So when Mary Claire Caine of Wilmington, North Carolina, an Air Force veteran, discovered a note on...

A Letter from the Editors — Halfway There

Annie Wang, Co-Editor in Chief

January 27, 2015

Half a year. From the end of the summer sun to the introduction of the fall breeze to the onset of the winter frost, half a year has already come and gone. It only has been half a year, but at the same time, it already has been half a year. What has happened in half a year? A lot. You may have become d...

Connecting with Titans Connect

Members of Titans Connect having fun together! Photo from Amelia Siwa

Annie Wang, Co-Editor in Chief

January 27, 2015

Relationships are built upon connections—connections we make between one another, which lead to lasting friendships. And at CB South, one club has created a community where these connections are made. As phrased by Josh Fields, the treasurer, Titans Connect is “creating a more inclusive community...

Safe Driving at South

Libby Richman, Staff Writer

January 25, 2015

With the weather forecast predicting a snowy winter season, safe driving is an understated yet important issue that needs to be addressed to ensure the safety for everyone. While the snow on the ground can be a pretty sight, it can also lead to ugly accidents on the road. Through snow, rain, sleet,...

The Flat White: Starbucks’ Newest Drink

Get ready for Starbucks' newest drink! Photo from Evan Goldenberg via Flickr under Creative Commons license

Devon Black, Staff Writer

January 24, 2015

Starbucks brought in a new year with a new drink: the flat white. Introduced on January 6, 2015 in stores across the country, Starbucks hopes to broaden its client base with the Australia and New Zealand based drink.   Falling squarely in the middle of the espresso drink spectrum, a flat white...

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